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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 19 Bl 1931 BARRE-HILL TO SING FOR CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION TRINITY LINCOLN ' CIRCLE HAS MEETING. Members of the Trinity Lincoln circle met Wednesday afternoon at Â·; the home of Mrs. Charles Mullang-, ; 517 Massachusetts avenue north- ^east when the committees for the year were announced to include -Mrs. J. H. Harding and .Mrs. A, L. -Wilson, .program; Mra. Clyde Phil;lips and Mrs. L. Whipple, ways and .means; Mra. Hamlin, social welfare, and Mrs. C. Peterson and Mrs M. Hanson, membership. Everybody is Talking about the assortment of Art B r i d g e Prizes at Blanchard's f r o m the Peacock Studios, and all underpriced to give you the most for your money. You cannot e q u a l the value. WATCHES neha DIAMONDS Young .Artist Success From First E f f o r t Singer Is Member of Chicago Civic Opera Company. ' Barre-Hill, 'young/ baritone of the Chicago Civic Opera company, who will appear here for a recital before the Civic Music association, is almost too youthful to have a bio- grgphy, nevetheless bÂ°is years, if not many, have been packed closely Â·with musical activity and uniformly colored by the success which inevitably comes to one of marked gifts. To but few is it given in youth to achieve the success which comes ordinarily--if it comes at all--only after much maturity and experience Today an artist must be very nearly a superman to . impress the mosl sophisticated' dudiences the 'world has ever known. Barre-Hill has accomplished this feat--and still finds himself in his early twenties. The story of this young singer's brief rise to fame reads strangely like the libretto of one of numerous operas he is called upon to interpret --the.swift passage of events in his career may be, compared to the rapid turn of events of a Pagliacci, strangely the opera in which Barre- Hill,ma3e his debut with the Chicago Civic opera. During his last years at the University of Michigan, came the first measure of success that foreshadowed the early recognition of his talent--the Michigan music festival where his voice was heard in company with world-famed operatic stars. Appearances with great symphonic orchestras followed, including Chicago, Dallas and Minneapolis. One stronghold remained--the most difficult aspiration in the world of song--opera. The Cincin- Kotex stays soft because it absorbs away from the surface K OTEX is soft not only ac first but all during use. You see, k absorbs laterally, away from thp surface, leaving the protective area dry and comfortable. 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First Door North of Palace Theater 'SENATOR'S DAUGHTER WEDS Associated Press Photo John Knight of Grand Rapids, Mich., and his bride, the former Barbara Vandenherfi-, leaving 1 New York avenue Presbyterian church, Washington, after their wedding ceremony. Mrs. Knight is the daughter of Senator and Mrs. Arthur H. Vandenliergr of Michigan. nati Zoo opera beckoned and success came to him almost with the first npte he voiced. The.American Opera company offered him an opportunity to still further display his operatic genius. The following year his debut with the Chicago Civic opera company was a great success. In Chicago critics vied with each other to praise the young baritone. Barre-Hill during the season 193031 will return from European 'concert tour to begin his third successive season with the Chicago operatic organization. In addition he is scheduled to make an extensive concert tour. Social Calendar THURSDAY Central Heights V. T. A.-8 o'clock, Central Heights school. Tusalata club-6:15 o'clock, Y. W. C. A. G. F. S. Juniors-- Â· 7:15 o'clock, parish hall. Beryl Grove 135 Woodman circle-7:45 o'clock, Y. W, C. A. Madison Child Study circle-7:30 o'cloclc, school, McKinley P. T. A.-7:30 o'clock, school. FRIDAY R. N. A. club-- ' 2 o'clock, Eagles hall, Mrs. A. O. Lund, Mrs. Fred Higley, Mrs. J. E. Elliott, Mrs. W. H. Schultz, hostesses. Women's Missionary Union-2:30 o'clock, Church of Cnrist. talk by the Rev. J. L. Pickett, devotions, Mrs. Walter Sopher. Roosevelt Jackson P. T. A.-2:SO o'clock, Roosevelt auditorium. First Methodist Home Missionary society-2:30 o'clock, chapel, ongregational Women's Union-Church, group 3 with Mrs. George Romey in charge. Jefferson P. T. A.-2:30 o'clock, school. Grant P. T. A.-- ' 2:30 o'clock, school, founders" day program, the Rev. George Parker, speaker. ' St. John's Women's auxiliary-2:30 o'clock, cnurch parlors. Or. F. S. candidates-4:15 o'clock, Parish hall. Lime Creek P. T. A. No. 7-School. . ueen Kebeknh lodge-7:30 o'clock, I. O. O. F. hall, social hour at 8:30 o'clock. .Â·st Presbyterian Missionary society-- . ,Â· 7:30 o'clock, church, leader, Mrs. Campbell, hostesses, Mrs. Mar garet Fisher, Mrs. R. W. Flsch- beck, all church night. Progresslvle club--Â· Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pipperts. Kill Kare Klub-Mr. and Mrs. Park Thomason. Lime Creek P. T. A. No. 5-School play, refreshments. Lincoln P. T. A 7:30 o'clock, school. BRIDGE PARTY HELD i IN AFTERNOON . Mrs. Victor E. Randall and:Mrs. J. J. Burnett entertained, at bridge at the home of Mrs. Randall, 518 Sixteenth street southeast, Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. Joseph C. Puth won high score prize. Decorations were carried out in green and out of town guests were Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Mrs. J. H. Siesse- ger, Mrs. F. J. Siesseger, Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Clear Lake, and Mrs. W. Peterson. Sheldon. Mason City Represented in Broadcast Mrs. Agnes Bennett and Joe Power Ensemble Give Program. Mason City was well represented in radio circles Wednesday when Mrs. Agnes Bennett and the Joe Power string ensemble broadcast a half hour program from station WMT at Waterloo. In the afternoon during an hour's broadcast made by the pupils of the Creston high I school a one act play, "The Drawback," which had been directed by Miss Ruth Irons, was presented. The broadcast from station WMT opened with the "Intermezzo" from "Cavalleria Rustanica" played hy the string ensemble which includes Joe Power and Joe Manning, violins, Mrs. Power, cello, and Mrs. Mabel Kelso, piano. The ensemble' played "The Mill" and "Bells of St. Marys" and furnished the obligate for a cello solo by Mrs. Power, "One Fleeting Hour." ' Mrs. Bennett sang- two groups '1 Will Not Grieve," "Invistus" and "Eyes of Irish Blue" and "I Cannot Help Loving Ties" and "Now Sleeps the Crimson'Petal." She was accompanied by Mrs. Kelso. More than a dozen telegrams were received at the Waterloo station congratulating them on the excellence of the program and it was announced that the same group might be heard again in the near future. Enthusiasm was being expressed Thursday by those who heard the New Way to Hold Lower FALSE TEETH Firmly in Place Do false teeth annoy and bother by dropping and slipping when you eat, talk or laugh? Just sprinkle n little Fasteeth on your plates. This new,. tasteless powder holds teeth firm and comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste. Makes breath pleasant.. Get Fasteeth today at Michael Drug Co., Brady Drug Co., or any other drug, store. Word Forum A Daily Discussion of Pronunciation, Spelling and Meaning--Ideas Invited. By Mrs. E. E. Huntei-- Strata, data, gratis and status are members of a family of worlds which fall in the same class of pronunciation. There is no choice in the manner of pronouncing them In each case the accent falls on the first syllable and the A in that syllable is long--as you pronounce it in the word came. When Mother Was a Girl . , "Home-made was the watch-word for superior things . . . . . Home-made dresses, Home-made bread, Home-made ice cream. but NOW Modern mothers know they can't compete with reliable manufacturers. They lack the technical skill, the specialized equipment, and the buying power to produce the same sort of product in the home that manufacturers furnish at a nominal cost. HUTCHINSQN'S ICE CREAM offers you Pasteurization--a priceless process by which all ingredients are safeguarded. Homogenization -- a method that makes ice cream so easy to digest. The easiest way to get milk into the diet of each member of the family. Order Ice Cream Every Day From Your HUTCHINSON DEALER program both because of the numbers performed and the capability of their rendition. The reception was good in most cases until the last of the program when there was some interference from another station. MARGARET INFELT TO WED HARRY KARL THORNTON, Feb. 19.--Mrs, Orie Infelt gave an announcement party for her daughter, Margaret, who is to be married soon to Henry Karl. Each of the 20 guests present drew a peanut which contained ,a sentence and these read in sequence told the story. Progressive games were played with Ruth Wagner and Mrs. Alma Nielsen having high HARDING CHILD STUDY CIRCLE HAS MEETING At the meeting of the Harding Child Study circle Wednesday evening at the school a program was given including two piano solos by Alice Lo.omis, a talk on "Directing the Emotions" by Mrs. Frank Ryan, a review of "A Lantern in Her Hand," by Mrs. Paul Loomis and "As Adolescents See It" by Mrs. J. A. Gaahel. FATHER-SON BANQUET WILL BE AT CHURCH. Plans are being completed for the annual father and son banquet to be held at the Trinity Lutheran church Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock. A program has been arranged and the banquet will be served by the' women of the church. --Â·:Â·-- i MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUES TO 2 COUPLES Licenses to wed were issued Wednesday to Jose Gonzales and Refugio Gomez of Mason City and Orlando Belseth .and Gladys Bemis. Mason City. STUDER-IZZARD CLARION, Feb. 19.--Marriage licenses were issued at the clerk's of- fice'Wednesday to Wilbur Studer and Gladys -Izzard, both of Corwith. End Oily, Sallow Skin A little Calonite powder sprinkled on a wet cloth and rubbed gently over the face each night ends shiny, oily skins--puts new life into sallow skin, and cleans the pores oÂ£ all dust, dirt and prevents blackheads. It makes the skin feel refreshed and bright, so you will enjoy a good night's rest. . ; ' A cold,does 3 things "Rape's" stops tjiem all A cold always affects you in at least three ways. 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